The STATION was built as a first-class rail station to compete with the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) station across town. As a first-class station, it was built with high architectural standards. The building includes a decorative turret, expansive waiting room, smoking lounge, and women’s waiting room.
NOLANS flag station was built in the 1920s for use at Dwyer Hill and moved from Dwyer Hill to replace the original Nolans station that had burned. Nolan’s Corners flag station was located 12 kilometres east of the Smiths Falls station. It was the first stop north of Smiths Falls on the CNoR route to Ottawa.